How IoT technology will change legal system: cases from Nevsky IP Law Partner Kirill Mityagin
The Internet of Things conference, which will be held on September 25 in Moscow, will include a report of a leading lawyer in the field of intellectual property (IP), Ph.D. and Partner at Nevsky IP Law Kirill Mityagin.
Is it possible to use one’s software to manage other people's IoT devices? What are the rights of smart things consumers and how to defend them? What legal guarantees will they receive after the sale of a smart device?
At the IoT Conference, the expert will cover the topic of How IoT technology changes the legal system and will give practical tips on each aspect.
♦ responsibility for developing your own software for other people's devices (exemplified by a dispute between the manufacturer Carrier and the Russian developer Qvarta);
♦ restriction of the consumer’s rights to use the equipment after it is sold;
♦ legislative restrictions in Russia on the use of confidential information by producers.
Kirill Mityagin is an expert on the intellectual property protection in the Russian Federation. He is one of the top ten lawyers in the IP sector according to Kommersant, the author of about 20 publications in specialized editions and blogs. Being the participant of conferences and educational projects of the Russian venture company Regional Sessions of Practical Consulting (RSPC), Kirill also speaks on the radio and TV as an IP specialist. His company Nevsky IP Law became one of the top 5 IP law firms.